braingremlin:

i’ve been looking thru hundreds of photos of 90s furry conventions for the past few days

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Tags: horror

This song speaks to me :I

I’ve managed to conquer my depressed stupour enough to have started to get some drawing done again!  However, the urge to play Planetary Commander still remains… maybe later when i’ve done enough drawing!

kattybats:

Today I found out that in the Dwarf Fortress language files ‘vegetable’ is listed as a negative word.

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watchingagreysky:

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magicalmistermorgo:

I final got to watch the new Doctor Who episode.

Peter Capaldi was great after he was alowed past the opening wackyness (but David Tennant had to go through that too after his regeneration so it cool). The episode as a whole didn’t fill me with…

But Moffat already said more than once that he does not read of follow any of the fandom’s advices so why even bother? And seriousy It’s not only him okay? It’s just like blaming only Hitler for the whole holocaust…

The discussion isn’t just for his benifit - I don’t think anyone is under any illusion that thier critical blog posts are going to make it strait to the ears of the creators.  And… lets not bring Hitler in to this…

watchingagreysky:

magicalmistermorgo:

I final got to watch the new Doctor Who episode.

Peter Capaldi was great after he was alowed past the opening wackyness (but David Tennant had to go through that too after his regeneration so it cool).  The episode as a whole didn’t fill me with confidence, though.  Its still riddled with moffats signature pacing problems and terrible writing.

There was far too much focus on what the main characters are up to, but like -boring focus.  I’m not really interested in hearing -again- how conflicted Clara is about whatever.  I’de much rather find out more about this weeks setting or villain and thier motives or maybe some of the thought provoking stuff that sci-fi is supposed to be about.

And whats with the episode climax?  Where the good Doctor saves the day not by convincing his ‘more human than machine’ enemy that there is a better way of life than killing but instead goads him into committing suicide.  Much like when Moffat got Matt Smith to save the day by brainwashing all of humanity into amnesiac serial murderers.

The relationship between lizard lady and her companion pisses me off too.  It’s witheringly one sided.  If I belived moffat had any depth to him at all i’de half expect it to fold out overtime into a story about emotional abuse.  Also ‘Men are monkeys.’  Ho ho ho!  Feminism, am I right, Moffat?   It’s rediculous.

The man needs to go.

I am feminist myself and I can tell you: IF YOU DON’T LIKE THE SHOW JUST DON’T FUCKING WATCH IT! I am so tired of having my dash full of people watching Dw although they are always complaining about this or about that, how Moffat is a mysoginist and Matt Smith was such a terrible doctor. Really, if you don’t like it, what’s the point in watching it??

Dude, you can like something and still find fault in it - I’ve been a big Doctor Who fan ever since it rebooted.  Ignoring problems wont make things any better and discussing and deconstructing them can only be benificial.

I final got to watch the new Doctor Who episode.

Peter Capaldi was great after he was alowed past the opening wackyness (but David Tennant had to go through that too after his regeneration so it cool).  The episode as a whole didn’t fill me with confidence, though.  Its still riddled with moffats signature pacing problems and terrible writing.

There was far too much focus on what the main characters are up to, but like -boring focus.  I’m not really interested in hear -again- how conflicted Clara is about whatever.  I’de much rather find out more about this weeks setting or villain and thier motives or maybe some of the thought provoking stuff that sci-fi is supposed to be about.

And whats with the episode climax?  Where the good Doctor saves the day not by convincing his ‘more human than machine’ enemy that there is a better way of life than killing but instead goads him into committing suicide.  Much like when Moffat got Matt Smith to save the day by brainwashing all of humanity into amnesiac serial murderers.

The relationship between lizard lady and her companion pisses me off too.  It’s witheringly one sided.  If I belived moffat had any depth to him at all i’de half expect it to fold out overtime into a story about emotional abuse.  Also ‘Men are monkeys.’  Ho ho ho!  Feminism, am I right, Moffat?   It’s rediculous.

The man needs to go.

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adventuresofcesium:

mainstream tumblr feminism may have many glaring faults but it has bred an army of teenage girls who understand the common ways that misogyny is reinforced in society and who know that they’re better off loving their fellow woman than fighting with her and that’s actually pretty damn revolutionary

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those people who expect everyone to adhere to their physical standards but can’t even be bothered enough to attempt to change their own grotesque personality -

afatfox:

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